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verb as in imagine

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Despite this clearly being an important update, I don’t envisage websites that haven’t met the minimum thresholds seeing a huge drop in rankings overnight.

It envisages India’s engagement in the Arctic region for climate research, environmental monitoring, maritime cooperation, and energy security.

From Quartz

Just as myriad smartphone makers all operate on Google’s Android, Cainiao envisages thousands of independent logistics firms can operate within its system, sharing everything from labeling standards to customs information.

From Time

Meanwhile, the government of the newly-formed state of Estonia envisaged the creation of a digital society where all citizens would be technologically literate and governance would be paperless, decentralized, transparent, efficient, and equitable.

I think that people don’t take it seriously just because it’s hard to envisage a fundamental theory that would make that happen and be consistent with other things we assume to be true about the universe.

All three envisage Assad staying in power—at least in the short term.

In a darkened movie theater, we allow filmmakers to deliver into our minds a false world to envisage.

He triumphed because he had the moral imagination to envisage a relationship beyond confrontation and war.

Does he envisage the possibility of a political stalemate in Iraq?

Our open-door policy will continue, so I would envisage more member states than today.

Joao Gomez had opened one eye far enough to envisage the eloquent intruder and to locate his broom.

But there is the fact, if Harriet can only bring her—shall I say stiff-necked prejudices to envisage it?'

This is the object which animals envisage in their perceptions from the beginning.

With regret I add that she did not envisage the episode in that light.

But it is certain that in discussing education we ought constantly to envisage the actual individuals to be educated.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to envisage, such as: confront, consider, image, picture, regard, and visualize.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.